Tiny Bubbles (album)

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Tiny Bubbles is an album by Hawaiian singer Don Ho. Released in 1966, the album peaked at #15 on the Billboard 200 chart due to the success of the single, the title track. [1]


Track listing

Tiny Bubbles includes the following tracks. [2]

Side one
1."Please Wait For Me" Ben Raleigh, Howlett Smith2:48
2."One Paddle, Two Paddle" Kui Lee 1:48
3."Beautiful Kauai"Kui Lee2:49
4."Young Land" Lani Kai 2:22
5."Happy Me"Irmgard Aluli, Leon Pober, Mary Kawena Pukui 2:36
6."Hawaii" Elmer Bernstein, Mack David 2:45
Side two
7."You'll Never Go Home"Leon Pober1:47
8."She's Gone Again (I'll Remember You)"Kui Lee3:30
9."Geev'um"Eaton Magoon, Jr.2:27
10."The Lights Of Home"Leon Pober, Steve Graham3:03
11."Tiny Bubbles"Leon Pober2:45
12."I Love The Simple Folks"Howlett Smith4:07


Chart (1967)Peak
US Billboard 200 [3] 15

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